The Stanley No. 150 Tabletop Cast Iron Miter Saw Box was made between 1923 and 1969. It's sturdy construction makes it a desirable vintage tool to own. It is easy to use and the entire box, with the exception of the saw guides and a few minor parts, is treated with a special japan rust-resisting finish. The beauty of the 150 is that it is small and portable. It's easy to adjust and it cuts accurately. You can use whatever saw you have on hand (saw in photo included); a backsaw of virtually any length you want, or use a regular handsaw. Included in this purchase is a PDF owner's manual.
-Open front construction enables cutting wood of extra width, and easy handling of long boards.
-Takes either back or hand saw.
-Takes stock up to 4" when hand saw is used.
-Capacity when back saw is used varies according to-width of saw blade.
-Saw can be easily adjusted square with back and vertical base.
-Machined surfaces of the saw yoke and swivel arm provide a perfect fit, ensuring rigidity and accuracy.
-Turn of thumb screw adjusts guides to exact thickness of saw.
-Swivel can be set and locked for all angles between 45° and 90°.
-Length Gauge may be used on back or front of box without removing wing nut and screw.
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